Rowland Fellow Dan Congreve has been named one of the 2019 Moore Inventor Fellows. Dan is one of 5 fellows selected from more than 200 nominations from Research 1 universities, selected medical schools, and selected environmental research and patient care institutions across the country.
The Moore Inventor Fellowship supports scientist-inventors who create new tools and technologies with a high potential to accelerate progress in scientific discovery, environmental conservation and patient care.
Dan will be using upconversion to build a new approach to 3D printing. This process, which converts lower-energy light to higher-energy light, will allow the printing of entire 3D volumes at once, allowing for rapid printing of microscale structures and enabling innovation across a number of challenging problems.
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